Two weeks ago this column told the story of how the Edmonton
International Airport (EIA), in the late-’90s, overcame internal conflict
(consolidating two airports into one) and the indifference, if not outright
hostility, to its very existence from the airline industry itself.
Read more: https://bit.ly/2BP7RdA
John Clarke says Niche Developments’ original goal wasn’t to
build eco-friendly condominiums and apartments, but the Edmonton-based
company’s president says marrying prefabricated concrete and structural steel
to geothermal heating is the future for large, sustainable buildings.
Read more: https://bit.ly/2tBx32s
In the coming months, construction crews will be moving in
to the tree-lined Strathcona/Mill Creek community and one resident is worried
about the “pollution” that will be left behind.
Read more: https://bit.ly/2Illxmf
Significant progress has been made in fixing a large cavity
under the pavement on Edmonton’s Allendale Road near Calgary Trail, but on
Thursday, the company in charge of the project said the freezing cold start to
February has slowed work down.
Read more: https://bit.ly/2GpUgx7
The prices of repeat home sales in Calgary and in Edmonton
are substantially down from their peaks.
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The City of Edmonton has received a rezoning application to
build two residential towers on Jasper Avenue.
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Another Edmonton construction project is falling behind and,
yet again, it’s the neighbourhood business owners who will bear the brunt.
Read more: https://bit.ly/2E8wVh8
An Edmonton artificial intelligence company is receiving
millions of dollars as part of a five-year provincial investment in Alberta’s
Read more: https://bit.ly/2N6pjPg
Calgary’s commercial real estate market saw substantial
investor activity in 2018, with sales greater than or equal to $1 million
rising from the year before, according to Barclay Street Real Estate.
Read more: https://bit.ly/2E7Lv8O
Canadian housing affordability deteriorated for a 14th
consecutive quarter in the fourth quarter of
2018, posting the largest one-quarter deterioration in over a year,
according to the Housing Affordability Monitor by the National Bank of Canada.
Read more: https://bit.ly/2E7HEsd